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here LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Despite suffering its first defeat of the season, Colorado Mesa enters its seventh consecutive week as the No. 1 team in the NFCA Division II Top 25 Coaches Poll. The Mavericks (37-1) had their program-record 37-game winning streak snapped in the final game of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference series finale against Regis.

CMU received 13 first-place votes and 397 votes. The Mavericks took the first three games against the Rangers (7-1, 10-2, 4-1) before being held to their lowest run total of the season in a 4-1 defeat.

No. 2 North Georgia and No. 3 Chico State continued their winning ways with 4-0 weeks. The NightHawks (47-2) swept a non-conference doubleheader from then-RV University of Alabama in Huntsville (6-1, 2-1) and a Peach Belt twinbill at Georgia Southwestern (7-0, 13-5). They received three first-place votes (387) and have won 24 of their last 25 contests. The Wildcats (39-3), winners of 14 straight, came off a bye week and took all four California Collegiate Athletic Association games from then-No. 18 Sonoma State.

Southern Arkansas (38-4) moved up one position to No. 4 collecting six Great American Conference victories, including a four-game series sweep of then-RV Harding. In at No. 5 is North Alabama. The Lions (35-4), who have won 12 straight, had a light week due to weather, defeating Christian Brothers, 12-0.

Angelo State and Lenoir-Rhyne move into the No. 6 and No. 7 spots. The Rambelles (36-6) and Bears (40-5) enjoyed undefeated weeks in league play. ASU swept UT Permian Basin, while Lenoir-Rhyne triumphed in doubleheader sweeps of then-No. 23 Queens (N.C.) and Carson-Newman. The Bears have won 14 in-a-row and 30-of-their last 31.

Palm Beach Atlantic and Winona State tied for eighth. The Sailfish (28-5) fell four spots after dropping two-of-three against Tampa. The Warriors (31-5) went 3-1, which included two wins over then-RV Minnesota State.

Also joining the top-10 is Grand Valley State. The Lakers (29-5) currently own Division II’s longest active winning streak at 21 games after picking up six more victories last week.

New to the poll this week is No. 24 West Chester and No. 25 Georgia College. The Rams (28-9) have brushed off a slow start to win eight straight and 14 of their last 15 contests. The Bobcats (31-11) enter at No. 25. No. 18 Sonoma State and No. 23 Queens (N.C.) dropped out.

The 2018 NFCA Division II Top 25 Poll is voted on by 16 NCAA Division II head coaches with two representing each of the eight NCAA regions. Records reflect games played through April 15, 2018.

 

https://www.ot-dreux.fr/contact/?pid=acheter-diamox-sur-internet-bon-marche 2018 NFCA Division II
Top 25 Coaches Poll – April 18 (Week 9)

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Colorado Mesa (13)

397

37-1

1

2

North Georgia (3)

387

47-2

2

3

Chico State

367

39-3

3

4

Southern Arkansas

350

38-4

5

5

North Alabama

334

35-4

8

6

Angelo State

311

36-6

9

7

Lenoir-Rhyne

287

40-5

11

8

Palm Beach Atlantic

267

28-5

4

8

Winona State

267

31-5

10

10

Grand Valley State

253

29-5

12

11

West Texas A&M

247

34-6

13

12

California Baptist

235

30-7

14

13

Dixie State

207

34-6

6

14

Texas A&M Commerce

200

35-5

7

15

West Florida

151

24-13

17

16

Augustana

145

26-8

21

17

Tarleton State

138

38-8

16

18

Illinois Springfield

132

30-11

25

19

Saint Leo

100

31-10

20

20

Indianapolis

89

31-11

15

21

Arkansas Tech

68

32-12

19

22

UC San Diego

64

25-12

24

23

UAH

54

28-12

22

24

West Chester

35

28-9

RV

25

Georgia College

30

31-11

 

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https://www.ot-dreux.fr/contact/?pid=acheter-zovirax-pas-cher New to Poll: No. 24 West Chester, No. 25 Georgia College

latelier-a-spectacle.com Dropped Out: No. 18 Sonoma State, No. 23 Queens (N.C.)

Receiving Votes: Merrimack (23), Sonoma State (14), Valdosta State (11), Embry-Riddle (9), Washburn (8), Colorado Christian (5), West Virginia Wesleyan (4), Concordia Irvine (3), St. Anselm (2), Minnesota Duluth (1).

The 2018 NFCA Division II Top 25 Coaches Poll is voted on by 16 NCAA Division II head coaches with two representing each of the eight NCAA regionals. Records reflect games played through April 15, 2018.

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